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Main Street bridge in Oxford on schedule

OXFORD – Five months into the reconstruction of the Main Street Bridge in Oxford, Economy Paving Co. has completed the center pedestal of the bridge, a major milestone in the ... read more...


After rejected plea deal, Pothos one step closer to trial

NORWICH – A disposition has yet to be reached in the case against alleged felon Vasilios Pothos, charged with fourth degree conspiracy – a class E felony – in September of 201... read more...


Commerce Chenango names award winners

NORWICH – Commerce Chenango is proud to present the “Woman-Owned Business of the Year” award to Dinnett Moore, the “Employee of the Year” award to Elise Glassett and the... read more...


Smithville seeks grant for new justice facility

SMITHVILLE – The Town of Smithville is seeking a grant through New York State’s Justice Court Assistance Program to construct a facility for the town’s justice. During a Marc... read more...


Chenango schools hold vote on budgets, board seats today

Sun Staff Report School districts across the state are holding votes on their 2012-13 budgets and Board of Education races today. Here’s what will be decided by Chenango Co... read more...


Sports

Lady Trojans win tourney

Pictured are members of the Greene varsity softball team after capturing their own tournament Saturday. The Trojans topped Whitney Point on Friday, and defeated Oxford, 20-4, ... read more...


Time off does not affect Marauders

Evening Sun Report Baseball Sherburne-Earlville 8, Canastota 2 CANASTOTA - Sherburne-Earlville suffered no ill effects from the week layoff scoring all of its runs over... read more...


Community

Guilford celebrates release of new Civil War Commemorative Forever Stamps with a pictorial postmark

By Vicky House Correspondent GUILFORD – On April 24, the Guilford Post Office was the second Post Office in the county to participate in the Pictorial Postmark project... read more...


‘Rapp’ named honorary chair of McBride campaign

NORWICH – Clarence “Rapp” Rappleyea has agreed to serve as Honorary Chairman of Joseph McBride’s campaign for county judge. “I have known Joe twenty years and have had the p... read more...


Gillespie Pageants looking for past Miss Chenango County Teen-ager Winners

NORWICH – Dick Gillespie, director since 1970 of the Miss Chenango County Teen-ager Pageant, is looking for all of the 42 past pageant winners. This year – the 43rd annual pag... read more...


Oxford Dollars for Scholars hosts golf tournament

OXFORD – Oxford Dollars For Scholars will host the second annual Jim Podraza Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday at the Bluestone Golf Course. The tournament is named i... read more...


Opinion

Technology is wonderful – when it works

My computer is blazing fast. They say it has several million times the computing power of the ones that scientists used to put a man on the moon, even though it’s only a fract... read more...


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